Side Out is a 1990 American comedy-drama sports film about a beach volleyball competition, featuring C. Thomas Howell, Peter Horton, Harley Jane Kozak and Courtney Thorne-Smith. It was the last film from Aurora Productions due to many flops. The film was directed by Peter Israelson.
The term “side-out” used to refer to an obsolete scoring rule in volleyball called "side-out scoring" under which the winning point could only be scored by the serving team. A side-out is now simply defined as when the receiving team earns the right to serve by winning a point. Rally scoring became the dominant scoring method as of 1999, which gives a point to whichever team wins a rally, whether serving or not. This method allowed for a more predictable match length and increased fan interest and shorter games.
05.07.1990 in Deutschland
|Kamera:||Ronald Víctor García|
|Darsteller:||C. Thomas Howell|
|Harley Jane Kozak|
|Hope Marie Carlton|
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